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Weekly Newsletter (11 Nov 2019)
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Cloud AI Challenge: Winners Announced!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Cloud AI Challenge with SAP HANA & AWS SageMaker. We hope you enjoyed learning how you can use these two tools to play nicely together and perform wonders. Congratulations to the winners who have each been awarded $2,500 in Amazon credits for their ideas!

  • Robert Dyball for most unique idea using an existing application
  • Abdul Azeez Thekkekandy for most innovative idea using something in a new way
  • Wayne Applebaum for most innovative integration
  • Allister Beharry for most innovative cause for good
  • cheers,
    Chris Maunder

    Weekly Poll Results

    Where do you do your best problem solving thinking?

    Survey period: 4 Nov 2019 to 11 Nov 2019

    Some problems can't be brute-forced

    While going for a walk or hike28631.43
    Lying in bed at 2AM unable to sleep23225.49
    In the shower / bath24126.48
    Talking it through with colleague, partner, random stranger, pet etc28731.54
    While exercising758.24
    At my computer30833.85
    During meditation465.05
    While doing something completely unrelated38942.75
    While eating, drinking, or consuming other substances9410.33
    Other (please comment)606.59
    Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%

    This week's survey: What are the hardest parts of learning a new job?

    Latest Additions

    New articles added


      (0 votes) by Marc Clifton (updated 8 hours ago)
    Another rabbit hole, this time how to handle AJAX calls in a manner that lets you roll back the entire set of transactions if any particular AJAX call fails.

    Applications & Tools

      (1 votes) by Joel Ivory Johnson (updated 2 days ago)
    An introduction to web assembly using the C/C++ language, part 1. In this part I introduce web assembly, walk you through setting up the development tools, and go through a couple of introductory programs.


      (2 votes) by Sanwar ranwa (updated 2 days ago)
      (0 votes) by Sanwar ranwa (updated 2 days ago)
    In this article, we will learn the step by step process of creating login and registration pages using Reactjs and Web API

    Book Chapters

      (2 votes) by Packt Publishing (updated 5 days ago)
    This post is taken from the book Machine Learning with R - Third Edition, by Packt Publishing and written by Brett Lantz. This book will help you solve real-world problems with R and Machine learning.


      (7 votes) by koolprasadd (updated 2 days ago)
    This article will give you brief idea about, what's new in C# 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 8

    Cross Platform

      (1 votes) by Dr. Song Li (updated 5 days ago)
    This is a note on Visual Studio Code or simply VSC

    Design and Architecture

      (1 votes) by Karuna Kant Mishra (updated 6 days ago)
    This is a simple document explaining details of how you can install and use ELK with Winlogbeat and Jenkins Logging Plugin.

    Product Showcase

      (0 votes) by Manpreet_Kaur (updated 4 days ago)
    This article will help you design an application allowing you to load an interactive PDF form into the viewer.

    Shell and IE programming

      (6 votes) by Michael Haephrati (updated 3 days ago)
    Now you can store your own voice recordings kept by Amazon but not made available to customers

    Win32/64 SDK & OS

      (10 votes) by Howard 9448490 (updated 5 days ago)
    A replacement Windows Experience Score tool for Windows 10

    Articles updated

    Algorithms & Recipes

      (63 votes) by Peter Occil (updated 6 days ago)
    Discusses many ways applications can do random number generation and sampling from an underlying random number generator (RNG) and includes pseudocode for many of them.
      (9 votes) by BlackMATov (updated 6 days ago)
    One of the currying options and partial application of the functions in C++ which is my personal favourite


      (192 votes) by Akram El Assas (updated yesterday)
    A high-performance, extensible, modular and cross-platform workflow engine. Built for automation. Optimized for SaaS integration. Runs on Windows, Linux, macOS and the cloud.

    Client side scripting

      (15 votes) by Fred Song (Melbourne) (updated yesterday)
    Using Create-React-App to build react client and use .Net Core 3.0 to build API. React app and .NetCore API can be integrated seamlessly

    Edit Controls

      (48 votes) by Robert Gustafson (updated 5 days ago)
    I've created an enhanced version of the Extended RichTextBox created by Razi Syed.

    Game Development

      (5 votes) by NickNs1991 (updated 2 days ago)
    Simple WinForm Pong game written in C#

    General Graphics

      (32 votes) by wqaxs36 (updated 15 hours ago)
    Math explanation and voxel engine coding.

    SAP HANA and Amazon SageMaker Challenge Ideas

      (5 votes) by Allister Beharry (updated 6 days ago)
    Using data from the Global Historical Climatology Network project we can crunch, analyze, and make predictions using gigabytes of numeric climate data collected over two centuries with the SAP HANA in-memory database and Amazon SageMaker hosted Jupyter notebooks.

    Selection Controls

      (17 votes) by Leif Simon Goodwin (updated 5 days ago)
    This article presents a simple WPF Carousel Control


      (3 votes) by Aaron McGrath (updated 5 days ago)
    Nimbus is a casual arcade/puzzle and strategy game, currently in development and in final beta stages for touch devices.

    New Tips and Tricks added

    Windows Powershell

      (1 votes) by Karuna Kant Mishra (updated 3 days ago)
    This article explains how to execute single command in multiple servers parallel. We can use other tools to achieve the same.

    Tips and Tricks updated

    .NET Framework

      (0 votes) by Rahul R Shanbhag (updated 5 days ago)
    This article explains how we can make the Git pipeline fail when the Sonarqube quality gates analysis for the corresponding branch fails.

    New Technical Blogs added

    Code Generation

      (0 votes) by User-14483287 (updated 6 days ago)
    Science for hungry people

    Site & Server Management

      (1 votes) by Petru Faurescu (updated yesterday)
    What’s about Problem / solution format brings an easier understanding on how to build things, giving an immediate feedback.

    Uncategorised Technical Blogs

      (0 votes) by User-14483287 (updated 3 days ago)
    Formatting and automation

    Universal Windows Platform and Windows Runtime

      (1 votes) by Kevin Mack (updated 5 days ago)
    Hello all, It’s been a while since I did a blog post outside of the weekly updates. But I wanted to do one in terms of conversations that I’ve been having a lot lately and seems to be largely universal. High Availability.

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